Talk:Sankei Shimbun

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This article needs to be filled out and/or updated. There are meaningful differences between the Yomiuri's political positions and the Sankei's (particularly on Yasukuni), and the characterization of the Asahi's positions makes them sound like the People's Daily, which they decidedly aren't (their sister paper in South Korea is the conservative Dong-A Ilbo). —Preceding unsigned comment added by Mblack (talkcontribs) 07:26, 2 March 2006

6th or one of 5?[edit]

There is something strange here; in Asahi Shimbun it's said that Sankei Shimbun is one of the 5 greater newspapers; but in this article it says that it's the 6th. Mauricio Kanno 04:02, 13 June 2007 (UTC)

Chunichi Shimbun's circulation is higher than Sankei's[1], but the latter is considered a major since Chunichi is regional.--Julián Ortega - drop me a message 13:48, 20 September 2007 (UTC)